Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nakama LSE:NAK London Ordinary Share GB0004251970 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -1.47% 1.675p 1.60p 1.75p 1.70p 1.675p 1.70p 25,000.00 08:58:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 21.0 0.0 -0.1 - 1.97

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05/12/2016
08:20
Nakama Daily Update: Nakama is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NAK. The last closing price for Nakama was 1.70p.
Nakama has a 4 week average price of 1.69p and a 12 week average price of 1.81p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.35p.
There are currently 117,791,441 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 35,080 shares. The market capitalisation of Nakama is £1,973,006.64.
11/11/2016
10:40
tomboyb: Looks like management want orgainic growth - With 80% shares held tightly any good news here will be very good for the share price -
17/2/2014
15:24
khalid: Chance of any Bid situation seems fading away with the share price falling.
26/11/2012
20:39
glasshalfull: Allenby have today produced an excellent research note on the staffing sector which incorporates a chapter on NAK & balanced conclusion that I concur with. There are no forecasts currently available and in light of the fraud I'd imagine they'll be lowered for the current year but hopeful that 2014's forecasts will indicate a full recovery in profitability as previously anticipated. Few snippets; "Revitalised by the capital injection and a change in management, the group reported substantially reduced losses in the 2008/09 financial year and a return to profitability in 2009/10 and 2010/11. In FY 2011/12 the group completed the transformational acquisition of Nakama for £1.28m in shares which was consolidated for 5.5 months. For the first four months of the current year the group stated that its EBITDA was close to the £232,000 achieved for the whole of the previous financial year. However, the recent publication of interim results revealed that while business was generally faring well and in line with management expectations the board had discovered a significant misappropriation of company funds and misreporting to cover poor trading within the group's Hong Kong office. As a consequence the manager had been dismissed and an exceptional provision taken of £68k to cover potential bad debts and in addition £52k had been written off misreported sales. This has obviously had an effect on the interim results which revealed an adjusted PBT decline to £79k from £152k a year earlier. This is very disappointing, all the more so because it detracts from the solid progress achieved in most other parts of the business. We do not consider the interims to be in any way representative of the underlying performance of the group or of the potential which we hope will show through in the second half and more fully in the year to March 2014. However, it will need a continuation of positive news flow and better results for that potential to be reflected in a stronger share price." Regards, GHF
29/9/2012
21:47
stegrego: Welcome Stefan, It's highly encouraging to see a CEO that is willing to engage with investors and potential investors alike. Being what would be commonly described as an 'AIM tiddler' on these boards, means that investor relations are very important. This along with news flow is the life blood of companies such as yours. Regular news, such as trading updates and publishing of any notes, as GHF states above, would really help your cause. It's very easy for good news to get lost these days and also difficult to keep people's interests piqued. A higher share price obviously benefits investors and the company alike, should further equity need to be raised as the company grows.
28/9/2012
14:46
stef c: Hi, thanks for all your interest ! And thanks Gordon for setting this up. As you now I have to be careful what I say. Its tough out there in the UK at the moment as you know but conditions are much better in APAC. We are planning more rapid growth in Asia next year, all self funded. We only started there in April last year so having both offices in good nick is a good base to build on. We are eying expansion in egaming,online gambling,digital archiving,digital media and the growing price comparison sector and a number of related ecommerce sectors. The share price is creeping up. cheers Stefan
10/9/2012
13:09
saucepan: Anyone making sense of the huge reported "sells" in the last three trading days? The share price has not moved, despite these, which seems a bit surprising if there was not something else going on.
07/8/2012
07:24
glasshalfull: Preliminary results out & more importantly a nice bullish update on current trading which augurs well for the future. http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201208070700064263J Current Trading   "The Board would also like to comment on current trading.  As at the end of July 2012, Nakama has seen strong progress across a number of fronts during this new financial year and the Board is pleased to report that operating profit before exceptional items, amortisation and depreciation during the first 4 months of the current period is predicted to be close to that achieved during the whole of the last financial year (operating profit before exceptional items, amortisation and depreciation 2012: £232,000).   With our new office opening in Singapore in April this year and with the Group seeing much of its growth coming from successful hiring early in the period, the Board believes that the company's infrastructure can support many more consultants than it currently does at present, but without a corresponding and marked increase in its cost base.  The current year has started positively and in spite of the poor general economic outlook, the Group looks to the future with growing confidence." --- Excellent news and suggests that the company with only a current £2m market cap is gaining significant momentum. Also pleasing to see gross margins rising. On the negative side, trade receivables up sharply. I would have expected as much given that the merger of both businesses and corresponding rise in receivables plus the sharp increase in growth noted for Asia & Australasia also impacting. Certainly an area to watch though. They certainly appear to operating in a sweet spot and the bombed out share price fails to reflect the potential & some.....all IMHO. Regards, GHF
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